Open with shots portraying the establishment, particularly financial institutions – The Houses Of Parliament, Bank Of England, Canary Wharf, Stock Market.
The message is that the money movers and shakers have had it their own way for too long and now it’s time for a bit of people power – There’s a revolution on the horizon, the Bitcoin / feathercoin revolution.
Introduce a main character. As far removed from a ‘city type’ as possible. Female would be good, youngish, maybe hippyish, Mother Earth type figure. Might be nice to see her as part of the community. Perhaps working with children, nursing an elderly patient, on a city farm, something along these lines.
The message here is that corporate greed doesn’t have to drive the world. We’ve got each other and community is what matters.
We see our character in a small village. It’s a 1930s setting. People pass and say hello, other’s wave from across the road. There are small individual shops – Butchers, bakers, single pump petrol station.
The message is that people were happier when life was simpler, there’s so much pressure in the modern world and wouldn’t it be nice if we were able to turn the clock back. What we want to convey is that in some ways we can.
Now we see our girl in a more modern market. She is carrying a basket. She buys something from a stall, but instead of paying, the stallholder looks in the basket and chooses something in exchange (a feather). Both look happy with the deal.
The message is that this is what Feathercoin can do. It’s about people, community, helping each other. It’s not about greed and fat cats squeezing out every penny of profit, to the detriment of everyone else. It’s how things used to be, when life was simpler and we cared about each other more than money.
We see our character involved with a community project again. Lots of smiling faces. The message is that people over profit makes for a better world.